Lesson 37: Peter the Apostle

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Primary 7 Lesson 37: Peter the Apostle is about understanding that we, like Peter, can develop a stronger testimony of Jesus Christ.

If you have an older class, this How Can I Strengthen My Testimony packet from the Red Headed Hostess may come in handy. I like the way she has testimony blocks.

The following are links to LDS.org resources unless otherwise stated.

Handouts coming later...

Teacher Study

"Receiving a Testimony of Light and Truth" by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

"A Living Testimony" by President Henry B. Eyring


How Do I Gain a Testimony? (about 2 1/2 minutes)- clip of President Henry B. Eyring

Receiving a Personal Testimony (about 2 minutes)- President Dieter F. Uchtdorf outlines ways to receive a testimony

We Believe in Christ (about 3 minutes)- Youth share their testimonies

Testimony of Thomas S. Monson (about 1 /2 minutes)

He Lives: Testimonies of Jesus Christ (about 2 minutes)- Modern-day Apostles share their testimonies

Peter Testifies of Christ (about 1 minute)- Illustrated scripture story

The Apostles Lead the Church (about 1 1/2 minutes)- Illustrated scripture story

Peter Heals a Man (about 1 minute)- Illustrated scripture story

Lesson Ideas

I didn't find anything with Peter specifically so here are the helps relating to Testimony.

A Growing Testimony- Color a leaf for each sentence you agree with

Testimony Glove- Make this glove to practice your testimony

Gaining a Testimony- Solve the puzzle to figure out the best way to gain a testimony

How Can I Gain a Testimony- Color and match

I Have a Testimony of Jesus Christ- Build a stone wall of testimony

Our Testimony is Like a Snowball- Bright Idea poster

Testimony Toolbox- How to build a testimony (includes tool cut outs)

Coloring Pages

Jesus Walks on Water

I Have a Testimony of Jesus Christ (girl)

What is a Testimony? (Jesus with Children)

Why Do I Need a Testimony (house)

Print out this free handout from Rachael's Booknook